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Analyzing organic matter composition at intact biopore and crack surfaces by combining Drift spectroscopy and Pyrolysis-Field Ionization Mass Spectrometry #

Leue, M.; Eckhardt, K.-U.; Ellerbrock, R.H.; Gerke, H.H.; Leinweber, P.

Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 179(1): 5-17

2016


ISSN/ISBN: 1436-8730
DOI: 10.1002/jpln.201400620
Accession: 066849398

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In the clay-illuvial horizons (Bt) of Luvisols, surfaces of biopores and aggregates can be enriched in clay and organic matter (OM), relative to the bulk of the soil matrix. The Om composition of these coatings determines their bio-physico-chemical properties and is relevant for transport and transformation processes but is largely unknown at the molecular scale.

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